Learn more about GMF's efforts to support Ukraine's relief, resilience, and recovery here.

Life-Saving Missions: Volodymyr's Evacuation | GMF HOPE Fund for Ukraine

Impact Stories

“We are people who have gone through displacement. Their situation now is much worse and more complicated than ours, so we want to do everything possible to provide relief."
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“We received a grant from GMF, which helped to employ a few people full-time and thus structure our organization. They are now our core that works every day and makes Brokers Without Borders accomplish its plans."
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“When you share your knowledge and experience with others, you feel better. It would be very difficult to go through this war if I had no chance to assist others. If I can save at least one life, then it is all worth it.”
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LGBT+ individuals face specific issues during the war. This includes access to information and medication, and, for about 100 transgender women who hold passports bearing the letter M for male, an inability to cross borders.
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“Regardless of how motionless I felt when seeing bombings from my window, when I got a request for help, it nudged me to go and do the work.”
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How DIYA Supports Displaced People in Ukraine | GMF HOPE Fund for Ukraine
Ukrainian children finding a home with Small Wins Charity | GMF HOPE Fund for Ukraine


GMF is a proud partner of the European Alliance of Cities and Regions for the Reconstruction of Ukraine.

Whistlestops for Ukraine

The German Marshall Fund of the United States, the Howard G. Buffett Foundation, and Farm Journal are partnering on a multi-state public diplomacy initiative in support of Ukraine’s victory, recovery, and reconstruction. This whistlestop tour, headlined by GMF President Heather Conley and Howard Buffett, will foster conversations on how the war in Ukraine affects local, national, and global communities.

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